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Has anyone had any experience setting up garnishments and child support in the Talent system? I'm thinking it would just be a matter of creating the plan and adding the paperwork as an attachment. How would we track the amounts and verify when the judgment has been satisfied. Any thoughts or suggestions?
Our legislation requires the employee's acknowledgement of the deduction and we want to ensure that the acknowledgement is in place before Finance processes the deduction.
The order be loaded as a Plan, but that doesn't incorporate the employee's acknowledgement.
The options we saw as available for that:
1. Either an affirmative answer on a questionnaire or
2. Using Onboard in an 'off-prescription' way and load the pertaining documents there with 'Mark as Complete' being the employee's acknowledgement.
It would also have to be loaded as an item expiring. With so many different areas affected, we thought to run it as a Business process.
I'd appreciate criticism and better ideas.
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